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office in the fremont court house. a woman they're not identifying came up to the traffic window to pay a ticket. a source says this was a large fine. depsy tis say hernandez offered to fix the ticket in return for cash. and instead, she reported the bribe offer. >> according to sources familiar with what happened, the deputies gave the woman marked bills. one source tells us they were $100 bills. our sources say the woman then handed the money over to hernandez. as deputies watched. >> this is sheriff's spokesman sargeant jd nelson. >> the person did go forward to do that. had their record taken care of at a third less. >> early last week, felix chavez was arrested after there was an investigation to see who else may have been involved. >> and they did an audit and found discrepancis.
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at this point, mr. chavez was arrested. >> administrators declined our request for an interview and issued a statement and said by and other restrictions were unable to comment in related percent issues and appropriate actions have been taken. both say they're investigating. >> this investigation is owe-to-see how far back it goes. >> and now, hernandez is charged with accepting a bribe, embezzlement and grand theft. chavez is charged with embezzlement and grand theft. as you just heard, the question is how wide spread were the bribes? are they occurring in other court houses? that is the focus of the investigation. >> and this first man to be
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executed in four years could be put to death wednesday morning. today a judge ruled that the state can resume executions at san quentin with convicted killer albert brown scheduled to die next week. there is a ruling and consequences. >> the execution is set for a minute after midnight. wednesday morning, the judge said defense attorneys failed to present evidence the execution could be halted on grounds it's unconstitutional. in 1980 albert greenwood brown was found guilty of kidnapping, raping and killing a 14-year-old girl, he used this phone to call her and taunt her saying you'll never see her daughter again. her brother told our sister station brown should have been put to death long ago. >> stole a few tour from him and with all of us. and being with her in our lives. >> prosecutors in riverside that are pushing for the
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execution say it's a shame the family had to wait this long. >> the fact this has been delayed for almost 30 years now is a frustrate thing we have to deal with. >> in 2006, judge voguel stopped executions in california saying that the death chamber was inadequate, and at the procedures were sloppy. officials at the prison spent $800,000 refurbishing and retraining n san francisco today aclu is mounting a legal challenge to the execution and saying there are still unresolved argument that's lethal injections cause undue pain it was a likely had an execution would lead to serious pain. that issue still remains in front of the judge. >> as our legal analyst points out, evidence the injections cause pain wasn't presented to judge vogue yul. >> and given brown's attorneys
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bear the burden of evidence, he finds the evidence is just not there. >> browns attorneys and aclu will be taking their case to a superior court judge in marin county. and our legal analyst believes there is a good chance at winning a delay. >> and there is a judge stopping criminal proceedings against a man accused of kidnapping jaycee dugard and holding her 18 years. the judge has concerns about some of garrido's mental competencey to stand trial. phillip garrido's attorney did today what she suggested last month she was going to do and raised a doubt about garrido's ability to help in his defense and bristled this was a defense strategy. >> what i want to make clear is that this is a fundamental fairness issue, nothing to do
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with defense. okay? that is important. i think someone read that i was planning a defense that. is not the case. we're talking about whether or not a citizen is making -- able to make a decision in this case. and when someone wants to go to trial for crazy reasons or wants to not go to trial for crazy reasons, that person is not competent. >> it did not take much to convince the judge that garrido has some challenges. he says he's watched garrido at times appear passive, mute and other times watched him scribbling notes when there is nothing to write about. the court has observed this conduct and troubled by the observations he said. district attorney vern pierceon mildly resisting suspension of criminal proceeding autos we're very confidence that the defendant is competent but his attorney is in a better position to judge, pierceon allowed.
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garrido will return to court for the setting of ground rules for his psychological examination. his attorney insisted she's trying to keep this case moving forward. >> this suspension is that it's not a long suspension. it's important everybody understands it's just a time out. we're talking about being able to move forward with the case. so that we can move forward in this case. >> in placerville, george warren, abc 7 news. >> this case against his wife continues to move forward. but a grand jury reportedly handed down an indictment. would make her preliminary hearing unnecessary. >> we now have a cell phone video of the fake arrest of a teenager in san jose. the family of a 15-year-old took took this video and gave to it our media partner saying they wanted people to see how a police officer abused his authority saying he came to their home when he found out their son was having sex with his 14-year-old step daughter.
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>> this does not bode well for you. do you know what that means? not a good thing. the person you had sex with is a cop's daughter. >> this shows a person who is controlled and concerned about an unhealthy and unlawful sexual relationship. >> the district attorney is reviewing this case to see if the officer will face charges. >> there is a california lawmaker accusing pg&e for being asleep at the foot for not fixing dangerous pipelines. senate majority leader fired off a letter today, demand they turn over hundreds of pages of internal documents including names of any employees working on the pipeline prior to this explosion. and writes we're wleft a
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question. did neglect, defered maintenance and a pattern cause the tragedy? pg&e called to testify under eej in wash next week. >> in the meantime we took cameras into the heart of the disaster tonight for a firsthand look at the clean up operation now underway. strict environmental regulations may give a complicated and expensive process. and abc 7 reports it's not entirely clear who is going to pay for it clean sup not just a matter of scooping it up and throwing it out. and and this is continuously monitored for toxin levels. >> so far everything come out below our expected goals. >> and and and i think the biggest point for signing on to our program is that at the
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end we'll do the environmental sampling and there will be a report. there is no private individual going to be able to do that. >> he says he hopes to have the work done within four weeks and anyone not on board before then is on their own. >> we'll work with the insurance companies to collect some of the money back. beyond that, if there is additional and the property owner is responsibility for clean up of their own personal sites. >> that is what worries john, who thinks pg&e should be paying out of the $100 million fund set up for homeowners. he says he won't sign the contract until he is sure he won't have to do it. abc 7 news will try to sort out the question of who is paying final bill here. he says pg&e will, that is not
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been well communicated to the homeowners. and nearly a thousand people attended a memorial service late today for three more victims of the san bruno fire. an 85-year-old and her 50-year-old son, and his 17-year-old son, william. they bring the death toll from the fire to seven now. and friends, family and community members gathered in burlingame to mourn their passing. members of the u.s. marine corps were there to honor greg who served in the navy. the home located near the site of the explosion. >> everything was literally consumed in the fire. and this is to get through this. >> and eastbound members of the golden state warrior arrived to tour the fire zone. the assistant coach lost his home in a fire in 1995, he's l
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tl to offer his encouragement, again ai. nice gesture. >> absolutely. and what is behind an expansion of charter schools in california y they're thriving when tra tigsal schools are not. >> is there a criminal caring for your grandmother? a felon hired by california's home health care program. >> and sarah shourd pleas for release of her friends from a prison in iran at a meeting with the iranian president today. >> i'm sandhya patel. warm weather is about to turn hot. hot. i'll show when we'll see
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our state has a huge deficit. meg whitman's plan will make it billions worse by eliminating the capital gains tax for wealthy investors, including herself.
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economists say her plan will "rip a hole in the budget" and is "deeply flawed". analysts for the l.a. times say whitman's plan is a "pure handout" to the rich creating a "huge risk" to schools and public safety. jerry brown's against this unfair giveaway because it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld.
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noorks a tight economy, many traditional schools are fashioning cuts, charter schools are thriving. they're getting more support from the government and from entrepreneurs as well. tonight an analysis from a media partner from the center for investigative journalism. and here is abc 7's lyanne melendez. >> one two,. three. >> and flexibility is one reason why charter schools are growing. rocket ships academy in east san jose is a good example. >> students spend three quarters of the day in classrooms and a quarter day in the learning lab. they're getting individual instruction pushing them towards their goals. >> there is a longer school day from 8:00 to 4:00, tutsoring for those who need it. and unlike traditional schools there is a merit pay system.
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something the obama administration supports. >> they should be rewarded for it and recognized for that. >> these are all things schools can't do because they must follow the framework imposed by the state. and with the budget crisis, parents are looking for other services. and this is trying to get better and to get ready for college. >> this academy is one of four charter schools that opened this year. according to california watch the total number is 39. and he says in these hard times, again, flexibility has allowed charter schools to weather the storm. >> in terms of how they have assigned teachers it the
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length of the school day and how they deploy the stance in terms of getting outside volunteer autos schools aren't public and get the same funding as the traditional schools. and says they aren't all necessarily better. >> and this may present a solution for all kids for all states for the country. and we need to look at regular public school how to make sure all kids start clean. >> you can read the full report or go to abc 7 and governor schwartzeneggar wants to amendment state law and as care givers for the
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showing the governor sent a letter pending the system be changed. >> to say a murderer could be coming into my grandmother's home to take care of them. >> and saying it's only a fraction of the 4 hub00,000 care gavers. a man says they've done a good job. >> one's criminal background does not prevent them from providing good care for an individual like myself. >> and the governor asked for a change in the past. he got legislative approveal to require background checks for people in the program and that is how the number of felons came to light. a historic ribbon cutting in the shores of san francisco bay. dignitaries gathered to commemorate the start of construction on the first tunnel to run beneath the bay.
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the tunnel five miles long and 15 feet will carry water from the hetch hetchy reservoir in yosemite. it's part of a four and a half billion dollar regional water improvement program expected completed in about five years time. bart in case you're wondering does not run through a tunnel but a tube anchored to the bay floor. this is like a giant straw. and we're getting sample autos looking outside it's gorgeous. >> it is indeed. and beautiful for weekend. temperatures only going into one direction tomorrow. up. >> oh, boy. >> yes. >> if you thought today was warm, just wait. towards monday, this gets hotter, triple digits inland by monday, could see possibly records by monday. here is a live picture from santa cruz. there are a few people at the beach. sunny skies out there. warm. and i expect it will be packed heading towards weekend. and it gets only warmer
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heading towards saturday. numbers right now, looking like this. still pleasant outside. near 90 in concord. it's 84 degrees in san jose. napa reporting 85. there is 60s and 70s near the coastline. 24 hour change we're up 10 degrees in san jose. nine degrees warmer in freem yonlt. 13 degrees warmer in novato. half moon bay, four degrees warmer than yesterday. warmer tomorrow holding steady sunday except near the coastline there is a slight drop off in temperatures. heat peeks on monday. and then, we'll see slow cooling trend. into the short term, here is the jet stream, you can see it's well north. there is a strong ridge of high pressure taking control of weather. this is a ridge and the warming continues on saturday. the ridge will weaken just slightly heading into sunday. this pocket of air starts to move towards the coast.
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inland areas remain about the same. beaches notice a few patches of fog and a little cooler bu but... other than that we're not expecting bing changes sunday. by monday, temperatures will be starting to come back up again. so you're going feel heat here in the fall. numbers tonight on the mild side. there is a low to upper 50s across the bay area. it's going to be a clear night. clear day tomorrow. a spare the air day for saturday. inland east bay moderate air quality in santa clara county. good air quality expected across the bay area. a warm day into the south bay. 92 for sarah to goa tomorrow. and temperatures coming up on the peninsula. and pacifica, fog fest. perfect weather. 74 degrees. they're not going to see fog saturday. by sunday, maybe a patch or two of fog returning. millbrae 86 degrees, downtown san francisco there is a warm day. looking at 84. sunset district 76. looking at north bay, mid-70s
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along the coastline. 93 in san rafael. 94 degrees in santa rosa and napa. 88 in san leandro and oakland. inland communities into mid-90s. and 93 in brentwood and around the bay. 9 degrees for new santa cruz. and here is the accu-weather forecast. a warm to hot forecast depending on definition. but for those of you who don't like heat, just head to the coast. we'll give you 70s there. then, by tugs we see a gradual drop in temperatures cooling off wednesday, and by thursday, friday, back to average temperatures. for now, well above normal for this time of the year. >> are the unused pills in your cabinet contributing to america's drug problem? >> coming up next what you can do about that, this weekend. stay with us. the black widow spider's severe bite
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can cause coma and even death. the african black mamba can kill a man with one bite. but there's an even deadlier predator cigarettes, produced by big tobacco, which take a life every six point five seconds. don't be big tobacco's next victim. man: we need a sofa. something i can stretch out on! woman: ooh... that will go with those lamps my mother gave us. or we could get some new lamps. or we could get no sofa. negotiating, eh?
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you got it! how about a nice home for our tv? how about doors to hide that drive-in theater? how about a cowhide rug? yee-haw! and the snacks? get their own place. let the marathon begin! so what do you do with unused drugs have you in the medicine cabinet. >> now, drug enforcement administration is urging you not to keep them around the house. >> yeah. michael finney is here to tell us why. >> this is a cool new program is what we're highlighting here. law enforcement agencies say a surprising amount of unused medicine winds up on the streets where it's used or sold. police station as cross the country are opening their doors tomorrow in the first ever nationwide day to take back your unused drugs. the legal kind.
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>> pills, pills, and more pills. we used $250 billion worth every year. most americans have been prescribed some kind of medication and often they don't take every pill in the bottle. >> i still have a lot of it. i'm just holding on to in case i need it one day. >> one of the reasons people hold on to that stuff is that nobody, i am not sure people believe that the sell by date is the sell by date. >> muscle relaxer. pain medication. from a surgery. >> some painkiller i got from the dentist two years old. i put it in the garage. that is probably wrong. right? >> drugs not properly disposed off may wind up in our water supply or landfills. however, law enforcement officials say leaving them in the home is not a good idea either. >> three quarters of the per gs skripgs medications abused in the united states come from family or friends and often
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times from family medicine cabinets. >> san francisco police sargeant says most prescription drug abusers today are obtaining pills from unwitting family members or friends who leave unused medicines in their cabinets. 50 we're talking about vicodin. oxycontins and other types. people use them to get high. >> some wind of being sold on the streets and officials say teenagers are the most likely to experiment with pharmaceuticals they find in a family home. and akortd -- according to drug enforcement administration, one in seven teenagers admit using prescription medications to get high. and over all, 6.2 million americans abuse medication not prescribed to them. that is more than number using her yain, cocaine, combined. now, larmt agencies are asking
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everybody to empty their medicine cabinets tomorrow of unwanted pills. police and sheriffs across the bay area are opening their doors to let you drop off your drugs for free. legal. drug that's is. >> and illegal drugs are not covered in this program. we'll not be accepting cocaine or methamphetamine. >> consumer says up until now, they've been uncertain what to do with unused pills. >> there is no place to recycle it. you can't go to whole foods and put it there. there is a thing for batteries but nothing for oxycontin. >> there are places in every county to dispose of the prescription medicines year round. there are links on abc 7 you can find closest drop off point for tomorrow's event just look under 7 on your side. >> good information. >> thank you. >> and new at 6:30 tonight the meeting in new york between sarah shourd of oakland and president of iran.
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why she came away feeling good about the fate two of imprisoned friends. >> a bay area lawmaker includes -- invites comedian steven colbert to capitol hill oo. and what may be the best women soccer club in the world. how the fc gold pride has gone from worst to first.
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good evening, sarah shourd of oakland made a appeal to mahmoud ahmadinejad today in new york. shourd urged him to fight for release of her fiancee and heir friend josh fattal remaining in prison. >> he was very positive and for me it was a very personal to see he knew as many times and it's a different experience for me. and he will try to advocate on my friend's and fiancee's behalf. >> and late yes they were accused of spying. and shourd was released 10 days ago for health reasons. >> i just am going to keep
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push for release on humanitarian grounds. >> mahmoud ahmadinejad did not answer a question about whether shane bower ask josh fattal would be released. >> negotiations of apple and intel an informal deed and recruit an agreement and this is computers and equipment again that news sent prices up. the nasdaq and s and p 5 hub00 showed healthy gain autos and ora cell appears to be in a buying mood again tonight. phone shall targets include advanced micro devices.
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and video went up five and a half. >> moving to politics. a new field poll shows democratic senator barbara boxer building an advantage over republican challenger karly fiorina showing boxer leading fiorina doubling the edge from two months ago. two thirds of the fiorina backers say they're motivated by dislike of boxer. and a head of the democratic national committee says his party should not be not be ins under the influenced and -- acknowledges republicans have the momentum right now that he thinks his party can makeup lost ground. >> you do it by good candidates, good campaigning and got to get breaks from the other side. we feel like in all three areas, those are working in our favor. and so we see national polling coming together. we can see energy gaps exist
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over summer coming together. and the president is going on the trail with the vice president and first lady next week. we think that is going to be valuable. >> and abc 7's bruce cane thinks sending the president out to support local candidates isn't the best idea. >> most of the democratic incumbents, particularly those in marginal seats prefer not to national the election and rather fight their district battle on their own. >> now, professor cane says democrats would be better served to have president obama stay in the background and raise money instead of hitting the campaign trail. >> comedian steven colbert testified about the plight of immigrant farm workers. this is quite a change and and today owe to poke fun at hem on their own turf.
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and after spending a day in shoes of a migrant farmer, comedian steven colb re. rt brought observations to capitol hill. >> i don't want a tomato picked by a mexican. i want it picked by an american, then sliced by guatemalan, and served by a venezuelan. >> he stayed in his character as a pompous conservative common tateor poking fun at himself, american people and especially congress, over the difficulties faced by migrant farm workers many of whom are illegal immigrants. >> i trust that following my testimony both sides will work together on this issue in the best interest of the american people. as you always do. >> but the issue is a touchy one with some members of congress calling foreclosing the border and sending illegals back. others said colbert's testimony would make a mockery
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of the issue. >> republicans invited clint eastwood to testify about ada lawsuits z republicans also invited elmo to talk about music education at the house prop saigss subcommittee. >> there were testy moments including this one with steve king over how much work colbert did. >> i watched you picking beans. i believe you d i watched you packing corn. i was watching unpack corn. >> i packed it and put it in trucks and iced it down. >> he made a serious observation. >> seems like one of the least powerful people in the united states are my grant workers coming to do work. and we invite them to come here and ask them to leave. >> and you can see colbert's opening statement with testimony from today's hearing
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at abc 7 look under see it on tv. >> moving on coming up next a history cles on. >> homes you can buy, rent, or just tour. >> and where you can see some of them this weekend. g5g5g5g5g55
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our state has a huge deficit.
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meg whitman's plan will make it billions worse by eliminating the capital gains tax for wealthy investors, including herself. economists say her plan will "rip a hole in the budget" and is "deeply flawed". analysts for the l.a. times say whitman's plan is a "pure handout" to the rich creating a "huge risk" to schools and public safety. jerry brown's against this unfair giveaway because it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us.
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and if you see them in a book, but this weekend you can get a real life let'sless on. bay area is full of house was a past. several are for sale or for rent or open for touring right now. tonight history you can live. here we are in the atrium. it's a grand foyer. >> this is the spring mansion in the north berkeley hills. real estate agent robin gasket is showing us around. >> this is the bill yard room. women come to share each other's company. >> the house built in 1912 by john hopkins spring. it was designed by john hudson thomas, one of the important architects in the early 20th century. >> it has unparallelled beauty. and it's unique. >> and it can be yours for $6.5 million.
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the mansion used for several decades as a young women's college, turned back into a home. a lot of original details are still intact. signature wood work. beautifully preserved. but the house does need some serious work. there are more than three acres of what is once a show place garden. it can be again. >> if someone has vision and desire this could be an incredibly beautiful place to live. >> if you're looking for something with a lower price tag, you might consider renting a historic home in the presidio this, was built in early 1900s for doctors in this base. houses were vacant for 30 years, many vandalized. now, presidio trust is refurbishing them for rental. and this is evident, our job is to keep that while working it suitable for nottern use. >> and everything else is full
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of history. >> so you're looking at the original fireplace. original stairs. >> these two couples were among the last two families to live there and came back to take a look. >> renovations were nice. >> surprised to see that... >> this fits the price oo. there are three homes and eight duplexes with rents from 5,000ses today $10,000 per month. the biggest house is almost 4,000 square feet. patty remembers it was a lot to clean. >> it's a wife killer. but i loved the house so much. >> at this open house, some people are looking to rent. some just want to step back in time for a bit. >> this makes you feel good that there is much an institutional presidio trust that restores these buildings. makes them accessible. >> it's not so easy to get a look at this home. alpine ranch is on 300 acres down a dirt road in the county
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hills. deborah edinger owned it 35 years. >> the ranch house is built in 1970s. this is the original parlor. redwood floors milled here on the property. >> built by a lawyer as a wedding gift for a woman from page family. of page mill road fame. but she rejected a proposal. they never moved nchl the property became a hey and cattle ranch. and still. >> this is the one that came with the house. we had a lot of good good meals here. >> there are steps worn down by 130 years of families. >> i'm just adding to wear and tear. i kind of like it. >> it's not easy to give up history like this. deborah had the ranch on the market. by the time we got here. she changed her mind. >> i just sat down on the porch and listened to trees and decided this is my great
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escape. and... i was just content being right here. >> and wonderful historic treasures, if you're interested save now. deborah says she might sell in a few years. you can see the presidio houses at an open house tomorrow. find out about that on abc 7 under see it on tv. we have information there on upcoming tours of other homes. so check it out. >> dan, thank you. and when we come back we're going to show you world's most-famous works of art and
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greed. the wealthiest corporations. billions in profits and bonuses. and the sacramento politicians just gave these same corporations a new billion dollar handout... paid for by cuts to education and public safety with no guarantee of creating one new job. but we can change this by voting yes on proposition 24. prop 24 repeals the billion dollar giveaway and protects our schools and communities. yes on prop 24. it's time to give us a break... not the big corporations.
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a second exhibit opens in the deyoung museum with more than 120 post-impressionist masterpieces from paris museum. >> don sanchez gives us a look. >> this is about evolution of new painting from the collection. >> those artists we consider to be core impressionist goes ton reinvent them self autos the exhibit told of the birth of impressionist.
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>> different, not done before. and emerging. and into modernism. >> and there it s one of the famous paintings in the world starry night over the rome by van go. he began to use more intense colors in his work. and paul gogan. >> paint with thinness of it. the application of that paint on the surface of the canvases. makes them just hang on by a hope and a prayer as we say. >> interest there is monet. and this is the foremost museum of this french art. they've lent works only to the deyoung. >> we're surrounded in this room particularly by things that really grow out of the museum. >> and transporting them here was pains taking with packing overkill and skill.
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and apparently some trep yidation. >> if you ask most of the cure rateors inside they say these paintings should not travel, they'll never travel again. >> apparently that will happen. french president says this is the last time they'll be loaned out. see it here or in paris when they return. >> i call it a twice in a lifetime opportunity it will be up until mid january. >> there is lots of time to see it. and this opens tomorrow, runs through mid january. and if you go there later tonight you're going to see a hour long special hosted by spencer christian. >> watch that program. go see them in person, too. >> let's talk about the weather forecast. >> there you're going want to go outside. tomorrow morning, clear start. if you thought thod was warm check out tomorrow. another three to six degrees of warming. 90s inland.
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70s in beaches, sunday, still warm. and there is by monday, 100 inland z a gradual cooling. >> thank you. >> and there is more than crime on the line. >> they'y'y'y'y'y'y'y'y'y'y'y'y' "know the species, know the stain." lanolin-free coat, i know it's an alpaca. walks in here, looks says "hey look, it's a llama!" cleaning the stain like he would a llama stain. time he's wasting. ♪ call 1-800-steemer
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join me tonight at 9:00. at that time murder at 13,000 feet. the trial for a woman accused of murdering her friend by saba tajing her parachute. then a holy grail of aviation. a student says he's able to achieve human-powered flight. >> and time for sports. >> rick qaun is here. >> feast or famine for giants. yesterday won 13-0. tonight runs are hard to come by. giants opened a huge three-game series with just nine games left san francisco has a lead over padres. let's go out to coors field. there is tim lips come in the
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first gets carlos gonzales swinging. his counter part was in a groove himself with seven ks through the first seven innings, lips come gets ian stewart in the fifth. he loses in the sixth with two outs. eric young junior finds a hole making it 1-0 rockies. and pat burl is now hit a homer. and there is 49ers playing sunday despite being 0-2, san francisco comes in a favorite because of their monday night showing against saints after a start phones came to life putting up 417 yards on the defending super bowl champs. niners hope to build on that preparing for unbeaten chiefs. >> this is just a building block and a step in the right direction.
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and now to golf. the tour championship is being played in atlanta after two rounds there is a tie for the lead this, is his third shot leading to a birdie. also at eight under is jim furyk. and there is a a lead over jeff oglive. and there is a clinic at redding elementary school. and natalie spillger teamed up to work with kids from american scores chapter using soccer to empower students in urban communities. sunday's big showdown, mike shumann has a preview. >> players sent in. looking for two. left side. it's in.
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this is go pride. >> they were champion was a 16, three, and five record and got a two week buy before hosting championships again its been a great season. we're just excited to get to host so we can rest up getting ready for the big game. >> this is good. it's an advantage for us. people have injuries you want to heal up how to go from worse to first in one year? >> there is put in hard work all season long. it's different styles of play then we have a lot of different types of personalities to make it happen. that is a winning combination. >> and martha led the league with 19 goals in 24 games named mvp for second year in a row. >> it's just what she brings on and off the field.
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her work ethic, zpir to compete to be the best. i've never come across a player like that. >> she knows where she's headed sunday. >> i am very excited for the championship gaim. >> this is time for us to paint our masterpiece. i think we're going to be able to do that m a final. >> and the title game is sunday in hayward at 11:30. giants again have the lead 2-1 in the 7th. >> great. thank you very much. >> that is this edition of abc 7 news. >> and thanks for inviting us into your homes tonight. >> see you again at 9:00 and 11:00. closed captioning services, inc
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Network ABC
Duration 01:00:00
Scanned in San Francisco, CA, USA
Source Comcast Cable
Tuner Channel 93 (639 MHz)
Video Codec mpeg2video
Audio Cocec ac3
Pixel width 528
Pixel height 480
Sponsor Internet Archive
Audio/Visual sound, color

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